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Name:Mullach Clach a' Bhlair
Hill number:571
Height:1019m / 3343ft
Section:08A: Cairngorms
Classification:Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y
Drop:104m
Col:915m  NN890949  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1323027/03/2016NN 88288 92694  F: Small cairnDSM
Summit
DM
-207828/05/2005NN 88284 92693  F: cairnLR
Summit
-207916/10/2006NN 88286 92691  F: cairndbb
Summit
-208018/05/2007NN 88285 92692  F: cairnThruston
Summit
-208111/04/2009NN 88288 92693  F: cairnDW
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-208202/06/2011NN 88288 92693  F: cairnK&AD
Summit
-208312/09/2014NN 88288 92696  F: cairnDSM
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With Jonathan.Chris Blake12/09/2019
AlanP,ChrisT,GavinTNHWC21/07/2019
25th May Week with GMC also did Carn Ban Mor Meall Dubhag & Sgor Gaoith. Ran route. Weather was cloud at 800 metres with some light rain & wind. jps66631/05/2019
Third visit whilst collecting surrounding topsColin Crawford25/02/2019
with rob applegate, wml trainign, nab and postholinglithosyork12/02/2019
SMMC Mill Cottage meet, with Dougie, Martin, Paul + Kim.clashcityrocker17/01/2019
From Auchlean. Hmm, nobody told us that the Carnachuin Bridge had been swept away 9 years ago! Good path on the East of the river though.Geoff Briggs12/11/2018
From the car park north of Auchlean in Glen Feshie, via the glen of the Allt Coire Chaeil. With DB, BC and RP. Onwards to Meall nan Sleac.Man of Kernow121/05/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2719/05/2018
with Markgrimjimm23/09/2017
42nd Munrolojzi86062127/08/2017
42 - Up from Glen Feshie to bag the two Westernmost Carigorm Munros. The plateau is pretty dull, but great views down to the Loch, and across to Braeriach and beyond. Long walk back through the Glen - note the bridge to the lodge no longer there.huwthomas07/08/2017
Parked at Auchlean, climbed to Carn Ban Mor, across to Sgor Gaoith, then back to Carn Ban Mor before heading across to Mullach Clach a Bhair via bulldozed track, then took Bulldozed track back down to Glen Feshie Lodge before returning to Auchlean along the river.gandrew06/08/2017
From Auchlean car park then over to Sgor Gaoith then to here. Descended via track. 7hrs approxgaryhoney26/06/2017
Auchlean car park - Carn Ban Mor - Sgor Gaoith - Mullach Clach a'Bhlair. Clear day with great views accross plateau.wozzat26/06/2017
From Achlean then easily up the bulldozed track to the cloud free summit although the base was not much above the summit. On the return I went up Meall nan sleac then North West to join the path about a mile South of Achlean. With the short cut I caught a couple of lads up that I had met when I was a mile from the summit as they descending. They gave me a weird look. 11.5 miles in 3 hrs 55 mins.isabelle01/06/2017
From Auchlean car park S along E side of Glen Feshie, then up track by Allt Coire Chaoi to Mullach Clach a'Bhlair, N along tracks, then NW to Meall Dubhag, NE to Carn Ban Mor and then Sgor Gaoith, descent along NW ridge via Meall Buidhe and Geal-charn to track that meets the road just N of Balachrock, S back to Auchleankdbennett30/04/2017
From Achlean and first to the Munro Top of Meall Dubhag and then on to Mullach Clach a' Blair. Then over to Sgor Gaoith.Peterb13/03/2017
MMC walk with Rob Wight, Eunice Coop, John Berry and Barbara Carnegie. Lovely sunny day snowshowing the Glen Feshie Munros for the Achlean carpark.alexmaclennan02/04/2016
Malcolm Barrhutonthehill13/03/2016
Mullach Clach a'Bhlair, Mullach Clach a'Bhlair North Topkeithouk15/02/2016
With MR From Auchlean - onto plateaux at Carn Ban Mor - the crossed to summit against very strong winds. Intermittent sunshine and driven snow showers. Frozen on top but only patchy snowwychwood22/12/2015
After a clouded Sgor Gaoith, the clous lowered to reveal an easy walk over to a'Blair. Not sure why my guide book places this as a separate walk? Lovely walk parallel along side the the river Feshie back to car park.Jhimmy12/07/2015
8 Munros West of Lairig Ghru. Day 54 of 59 for all Munros. 47km, +/-2800m, 15 hours 30.PGCE13/05/2015
Dry but coldwullclark11/05/2015
with Charlie -also Monadh Mhor- v long ,sunny dayyounggl21/04/2015
On Moine Mhor and last of 3 great sunny winter daysAJones15/03/2015
Start/Finish CP at Achlean. Whiteout on top, lovely sun by the river at the bottom! (With LUMC)robertgn06/01/2015
Completed Carn Ban Mor and Mullach with some of the topsJamesSDonald08/11/2014
Flat and featureless and a bit of a tramp over from Sgor Gaoith.Roblex07/08/2014
Solo Uisdean2522/07/2014
On TGO Challenge 2014.alistairpooler16/05/2014
With Bod,Val & Nathan.MorecambeMonkey19/04/2014
with Hugh Eaglesfield, SMMC meet Newtonmoreclashcityrocker27/02/2014
After Sgor Gaoith crossed over to do this as second munro of the day. With Maggie, Dave, Sam, Joe and the Reids. Misty at summit. Nice Autumn colours.Maggie20/10/2013
With Grumpy Joe, his mobile, sam, dave, margaret, norman and Elspeth after Sgor Gaoith.mn2320/10/2013
2nd munro of the day. Cloud around summit cairn. Back to Achlean and car down heathery slopes on direct route.dave neilson20/10/2013
With Sgor Gaoith - route as on Steve Fallon website. Long flat plateau between the two. Mist, so no view from top. Featureless summit. Decent walk - but better in clear weather.Norman Reid20/10/2013
With Mags/Margaret Dave, Norman, Elspeth and Chatty man who embarrassed himself. Wet, and boggy walk between the two peaks. Dubious short to car. Unexpectedly spectacular view at the top.Rodge20/10/2013
Solo.Dangerous Dave01/10/2013
Biked from car park to summit, great single track on the way out/in and a good track all they to the top. A fast descent made up for the lack of views at the top. Done in roughly 2hrs 30mins.FCMark22/09/2013
Weather not to hot, at times a fairly stiff breeze. Well made landrover track, but no grouse butts? This munro did not feel like a munro, a walk up the track sometimes steep but not overly then a rounded hill that looked more like a place to gently roll your easter eggs.LizzieG14/08/2013
Mullach Clach a'Bhlair, Meall nan Sleac, NT and Carn Ban More from Auchlean.rhalstead28/06/2013
Winter conditions - Bothy overnight in Glen Feshiesteviet16/02/2013
First of the day with Brian P. and Joe. Misty and murky but calm.Play2End11/01/2013
Solo, 1st of 2, w/bike! Started off on E bank but crossed bridge to tarmac road on W. Had to make crossing as no Carnachuin bridge - rain previous meant fast river! :D Pushed bike most of way to summit up track, hard going! Not advised, if taking bike better to go up other path and down this one!bowzi20/10/2012
KeithByTheC11/08/2012
With KP and others.Topographer5704/07/2012
Munro completion hill.KevPalmer04/07/2012
Done soloAimless Rambler21/05/2012